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    Default DucatiTech.com Service Videos

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    valve adjustment

    Part 1: Learn how to adjust the valves of your Ducati. A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all 2 Valve Ducatis.

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    Default valve adjustment pt 2

    valve adjustment pt 2

    Part 2: Learn how to adjust the valves of your Ducati. A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all 2 Valve Ducatis.

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    Default Timing belt

    Watch and learn how to correctly change your timing belts. A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all 2 Valve Ducati Engines (Monster, Monster S2R, Supersport, Multistrada, ST2, ST3, MH900e, Sport Classic)

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    Default Oil Change

    Watch and learn how to change the oil on your 2 Valve Monster, Supersport, Multistrada or ST. This video is great if you want to learn how to save time and money by doing the work yourself. A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all 2 Valve Ducatis. (Monster, Supersport, Multistrada, ST, Sport Classic)

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    Default How to - install sprocket carrier

    Watch and learn how to install a quick-change sprocket carrier on your sing-sided swingarm Ducati. A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all single-sided swingarm Ducatis.

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    Default Fit new chain pt 1

    Part 1: Installing a new chain on a Ducati Monster S2R. A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all 2 Valve Ducatis.

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    Default Fit chain pt2

    Part 2:Installing a new chain, on a Ducati Monster S2R. A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all 2 Valve Ducatis.

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    Default Chain Care

    Watch and learn how to correctly care for and maintain your motorcycle chain. Avoid chain "fling" and keep your chain in perfect condition for thousands more miles! A series of DIY Ducati Maintenance Videos by Ducatitech.com. This video applies to all Ducati Motorcycles.

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    You can buy higher res versions of those videos from California Cycleworks

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    An excellent series of videos Michael. I'd highly recommend them for anyone thinking of doing their own 2V servicing.
    One thing I didn't notice him mention though is, when doing the valve adjustment put something in the oil drain hole in vertical cylinder head, like an old earplug, so that if you drop a keeper it doesn't end up in the crankcase. I know a bloke with an ST2 who did just that. He had to take the engine out and remove the rear cylinder to find it!

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    First time I have come across this website - I'm very impressed

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    Well done, great post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derek View Post
    An excellent series of videos Michael. I'd highly recommend them for anyone thinking of doing their own 2V servicing.
    One thing I didn't notice him mention though is, when doing the valve adjustment put something in the oil drain hole in vertical cylinder head, like an old earplug, so that if you drop a keeper it doesn't end up in the crankcase. I know a bloke with an ST2 who did just that. He had to take the engine out and remove the rear cylinder to find it!
    It's nice to see what you will be doing when you do the next service on my Monster Derek!

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